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on alert, the warning police are issuing. >>> kidnapping victim hannah anderson gave her first interview about her abduction. hannah anderson described herself as a survivor and thanked her supporters and reveals new information about her relationship with james lee dimaggio. >> reporter: hannah anderson spoke to nbc for the first time about her kidnapping and rescue. >> in the beginning i was a victim but now knowing everyone is helping me i am a survivor. >> reporter: hannah anderson was kidnapped by james lee dimaggio. mese would find the bodies of her mother and brother at his burned home. hannah anderson responded to questions about why she exchanged text messages with james lee dimaggio. >> they were text because he was picking me up from cheer camp and he didn't know the address so i had to tell him the address and tell him i would be in the gym. >> reporter: she also explained why she sent him letters. >> letters were from a year ago when me and my mom weren't getting along. we would talk about how to deal with it. i would tell him how i felt about it and he would help me through
>>> good evening. i'm anderson cooper. for nearly two weeks the story of hannah anderson has captured the attention of the nation, a story of betrayal by a devoted family friend, a thousand-mile cross country pursuit by hundreds of law enforcement agents, and a dramatic shoot outin the dense idaho wilderness. tonight the inside story. hear from friends, family, and the people who helped save an innocent young girl. miguel marquez reports, "kidnapped, the rescue of hannah anderson." >> reporter: what began with fire became murder and man hunt. >> the level of intensity in this investigation is incredible. a best friend turned enemy. >> a gentleman who was a friend of ours for a long time has taken everything. >> reporter: hundreds in desperate pursuit of one teen in grave danger. >> the amber alert was on and i see a picture of this blonde haired girl. i said, that's the girl we seen up on the mountain. >> reporter: kidnapped. the rescue of hannah anderson. it was going to be a normal summer weekend for the andersons. pop warner football for 8-year-old ethan. cheerleading prac
: for hannah and ethan, the cabin had always been lots of fun. brett anderson is their father and christina's husband. >> the kids and myself in san diego would go up there and stay the night and we would ride a go cart or do whatever, you know? be like camping out because of his cabin. >> reporter: the man they called uncle jim, one of brett's best friends had known the kids since they were born. >> jim was a very good friend of the family. >> reporter: jennifer willis and christina grew up like sisters. jen and tysona part of a big and boisterous extended family. >> he spent time with us and we loved him. he was fun. he was a great guy. tina was a good friend to him. he had been with her and her entire family for many, many years while the kids were growing up. so i know she was always there for him as he had been for her. >> the relationship was crucial to him. >> reporter: andrew was a friend of dimaggio's. >> he had no other family. i think he had to find a surrogate family and that's what he did. >> reporter: for 16 years, dimaggio was part of the anderson family, even helping out wit
. >> a week after hannah anderson is freed, more from the eyewitnesss who provided the big break. >> and boston four months after their world was shattered. >> announcer: this is nbc nightly news with lester holt. substituting tonight, snow. >> good evening. another violent day to end a bloody week in egypt as the country decents further into chaos. the 13wri78 government may ban the muslim brotherhood, the party of mohamed morsi. supporters had been battling with security forces since wednesday when the government launched a crack down. since then officials say almost 900 people have been killed, more than 3,000 injured and more than 1100 people have been arrested. we have complete coverage tonight beginning once again with nwc's correspondent richard angle on the ground. >> good evening, kate. more gunfire in cairo as egyptian forces moved in to clear out supporterses of the muz 4ri78 brotherhood from a mosque and growing signs in the country of civil unrest. egyptians are turning on each other. supporters of the muslim brotherhood took shelter in a cairo mosque, terrified if t
, without them i wouldn't be here. >> she chairs her story with nbc. what hannah anderson reswrieshls about the week she was held against her will. >>> and a shocking admission from the army private that likes classified material to which i can oh whiikileaks. >>> a letter that claims a bombshell announcement. bradley manning sent it to "the today show" one day after he was sentenced to 35 years in prison for leaking classified material. the army private says he wants to be called chelsea and live the remainder of his life as a woman. daniel lee has more on the announcement and the debate it's prompting about transgender equality. >> reporter: after struggle with gender identity for yeeshs and posing in a picture wearing lipstick and a blond wig, brandly manning now called chelsea, officially announced plans to change genders through a statement read on "the today show." >> i want to begin hormone therapy as soon as possible. >> reporter: those words set off a debate about transgender civil rights. unlike the federal bureau of prison, which by policy considers hormone therapy for inmates th
. >>> later tonight, hannah anderson tells her story and why she's glad the man that kidnapped her is dead. >>> stop and frisk, the controversy continues as a war of words continues over a key question. is it plain old good policing or old-fashioned racial profiling. we'll call in philadelphia's police chief to referee. >>> we begin with breaking news, the war, yes, the war being fought tonight on the streets of egypt and the huge problem it's become for the obama administration. at this hour, states of emergencies in effect across the country and at least 278 people, mostly opposition members in cairo are dead. this is new video of egyptian security forces raiding one of two opposition camps this morning. they moved in this morning. you can hear shooting in the background as troops kick a wounded man around. a protester that escaped one of the camps said it's an open car. new video of muslim brotherhood fighters pushing an armored personnel carrier off the 6th of october bridge. unlike then, the images coming in, the images you are seeing now reflect plenty of desperation. supporters have
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attack on her husband. >> hannah anderson spokes out for the first time. what she had to say about the letters and text messages she sent to her kidnapper. >> and sex offenders targeted. why authorities say it is a game of cat-and-mouse. e critics agree, build your own pancakes part 2 is a hit! i put caramel and bacon, says bobby. i like it when syrup goes down the side, says jenna. and michael was left speechless. build your own pancakes are back for a limited run, only at denny's. >>> complete bay area news coverage continues right now, this is ktvu channel 2 news at 5:00 p.m. >>> a father in the north bay fighting for his life all because of a request he made of a neighbor. all he wanted was for his kids to go to sleep so he asked them to quiet down, now he is in the hospital after being beaten with a pitch fork. ktvu's rob roth is where the wife explained the chain of events. rob? >> reporter: the confrontation happened in this peaceful community. leaving a father in critical condition after authorities say a neighbor beat him with a pitch fork. >> reporter: she spends her days
in the hannah anderson kidnapping case. her family has denied reports that hannah's alleged abductor could have been her biological father. this after the family of now deceased james dimaggio requested dna samples. the andersons say hannah's mother did not nemeet dimaggio until she was 6 months pregnant with hannah. >>> beachgoers in russia scrambled to get out of the way of a huge 400-person military hovercraft that inexplicably landed on the beach. can you imagine seeing this? the vessel was reportedly out for a routine training exercise. >>> in health news, the "new york times" reports doctors in india suspect a child might be suffering from spontaneous human combustion. that's right. the report says this 3-month-old baby boy has burst into flames four times. scientists are skeptical about shc and doctors treating him say they haven't come to any conclusion but are carrying out tests. the baby's parents deny any foul play. >> announcer: "early today" health is brought to you by vagisil ph balance wash. >>> now for business news we turn to courtney reagan. >> good morning, betty. investors a
and son and kidnapped the 16-year-old daughter hannah anderson. the murder and kidnapper shot dead by police. hannah anderson, we are told. will take to the microphone any moment to tell the story of her harrowing ordeal. we'll bring it to you live when it happens. first from fox this thursday night a crucial american ally is in turmoil and spiraling out of control. egyptian say more than 600 people are dead in the latest fighting there. and now we know the muslim brotherhood is planning a mass finale tomorrow mass challenge against its government. this was the scene a short while ago. fires on the road. earlier the government officially gave police the go ahead to use deadly force against protesters. these protesters have been burning christian churches and government buildings. and attacking security forces. tonight, all evidence shows this is getting worse, not better. and as fox reports tonight, we cannot know how bad it will get. but, much may destabilize the entire region. [gunfireself] >> shepard: this all began in earnest yesterday when riot police were cracking down on pro
are learning more about the people who first saw and identified kidnapped victim hannah anderson. the 16-year-old made her first public appearance at a fund-raiser if are her family in san diego. they held a car twush pay for the funerals of her mother and brother. they had the help of horseback riders and kevin tibbles has more from idaho. >> for years this group of seasoned riders saddled up and headed out into the gnarly backcountry of idaho. >> every state claim they have the steepest and roughest mountains, about you they haven't been to idaho. >> they took two days into the wilderness to show how far hannah anderson had been taken. a trip that included nine riders and pack horses. gruelling even on horseback let alone for a 16-year-old girl on foot. >> it's like stepping on marbles. you slip and you can injury your ankle. >> it was on a dry hot day like this one that mike and mary young and christa and mark john came across a man and a teenage girl. hiking in rough terrain some 20 miles from the nearest paved road. >> this is it. everything is here. that's a hell of a hike. yeah. they c
:00 a.m. >>> kidnapping survivor, hannah anderson, appeared in public for the first time this week. she was rescued in the wilderness in idaho last saturday. a week after a family friend abducted her. on thursday night, her family and friends held a fund-raiser for her and as casey reports, she made a surprise appearance. >> hannah anderson looked uncomfortable, perhaps scare d s she hurried past a dozen cameras or more without speaking to reporters. once she was inside, people there said she was more comfortable. what she wanted to accomplish was to thank all of those people who have supported her throughout her ordeal and are continuing to support her going forward. hannah anderson's arrival at a fund-raiser for her family came as a surprise to her relatives and friends. >> this night was an unexpected reunion, honestly. >> the media were invited to the restaurant, but weren't allowed inside. >> hannah sends her love. she's doing good, day by day and we'll just keep moving forward from here. >> wearing hannah strong and pray for hannah t-shirts, neighbors, friends and the teenager's g
near enough? >>> and the latest from the hannah anderson investigation, she's set to make her first public appearance since the abduction any minute. that will happen this hour. we'll go there. let's go "outfront." >>> good evening, everyone, i'm erin burnett, and "outfront" we begin with the breaking news of the dow dropping, nearly 350 points in the last 48 hours. the biggest selloff for stocks in nearly two months. the president of bianco research joins me. what is calls this? you have companies really big, important ones like walmart saying we're worried, things aren't as good as we thought? at the same time some economic data on jobs seems to be better than what people thought. so what's the problem? >> that is the problem. it's a conflict that wall street is trying to struggle with. it all comes back to the federal reserve and whether or not the stimulus that the federal reserve has been giving us through quantitative ceasing will continue. they were worried about the claims of unemployment insurance to the lowest levels than 2007 that the federal reserve might pull back on th
is being called in egypt as the country braces for new violence. >>> kidnapped teen hannah anderson surs publicly just days after being rescued. >>> plus, an 8-month-old escapes mostly unharmed in a high speed chase. >>> a major dog food recall to tell you about. "early today" starts right now. >> announcer: this is "early today" for friday, august 16th. >>> good morning. i'm mara schiavocampo. -- i'm richard lui. we begin with an unsettles report this morning about the national security agency report onnedly breaching privacy rules thousands of times each year. "the washington post" reports the nsa has broken those rules or overstepped legal authority since 2008. a may 2012 audit obtained by the post counted more than 2,700 sdenlts in the pryor 12 months alone, most of them involved the unauthorized surveillance of americans or former intelligence targets in the united states. they range from significant violations of law to typos resulted in the unintended interception of communication. in a statement the nsa said in part, quote, when the nsa makes a mistake in carrying out its foreign
hannah anderson makes her first public appearance. >>> a historic change may be coming to the rules of america's pastime. major league baseball announces plans to expand instant replay on the field. >>> and it's two pounds of fur and fangs. scientists introduce a new species yis to the world. this is the "cbs morning news" for friday, august 15th, 2013. >>> good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. we begin in egypt where the muslim brotherhood is calling for nationwide protests today. hundreds were killed wednesday when security forces moved in on morsi supporters and the violence that followed. this morning the government authorized the use of deadly force against protessers who target police and public building. jericka duncan has more. >> reporter: the potential for violence and even more deaths is high today in egypt as both sides have called for demonstrations after friday prayers. the death toll for wednesday clashes has officially surpassed 600, and it continues to rise. some funerals are already being held, but so many people were killed the week that familie
exclusive, kidnapping survivor hannah anderson sets the record straight for the first time since her harrowing ordeal. "nightly news" begins now. >> announcer: from nbc news world headquarters in new york, this is "nbc nightly news with brian williams". >>> good evening, i'm lester holt in for brian. they are horrifying images that will instinctively make you want to look away, yet they can't be ignored. in a long war that's brought death and misery to both sides, the video evidence of what may have happened inside syria, a mass chemical will weapons attack, has shocked the world. hundreds, many children, are dead. tonight the claims of a chemical attack have still not been verified. from the syrian regimes, denials, which the obama white house which for a year has called the chemical weapons use in syria a red line is now being cautious as it calls for an investigation. you're about to see what the rebels say is the evidence, some of it very graphic. our chief foreign correspondent richard engel joins us now with that. richard? >> reporter: good evening, lester. more videos emerge f
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in egypt. >>> the breaking news about the kidnapping of hannah anderson. search warrants with shocking details including dimaggio may have tortured hannah's mother and brother. autopsy shows he was shot five times the cause of death will not be formally determined until toxicology tests have been performed. hannah is speaking out about what happened to her. she answered questions from strangers by strangers on ask.fm. joining me is charles sophi, the psychiatrist of the l.a. county department of family and children services. extraordinary revelations coming out from the warrants issued. according to these documents james dimaggio torch and killed his best friend's wife and 8-year-old son and shot the dog after a double homicide and set the house on fire. he goes in to more detail about that. it also, if you couple it with the revelations from hannah anderson in this very far-reaching series of questions and answers with random strangers, she revealed more details about why she had no idea apparently what happened to her mother and son and he befriended her that he needed help in carryi
. >>> we are learning more about the events of the day leading up to the day hannah anderson disappeared and how she was discovered. she is with family a week after being rescued from the wilderness. we have two reports. we begin with joe in california. >> reporter: as hannah anderson reconnects with friends and family, we are learning more about the investigation of her disappearance and murder of her mother and brother. ammunition and letters from hannah were found in james dimaggio's home. it's not clear what was said in the letters. court documents show they made 13 phone calls to each other before both of their phones were turned off the day investigators say hannah was kidnapped. the sheriff is revealing details about what happened when fbi agents confronted the suspect in idaho. >> he had a rifle. fired one round. lowered the rifle to shoulder height, fired one more round and was immediately shot by members of the hostage rescue team. >> reporter: the story brings back memories for danielle. she says dimaggio's father, james dimaggio sr. threatened to kill her. she was 16, the sam
than the other dummies. i digress. >> that was a good looking dummy. >>> we begin with hannah anderson making her first public appearance since that dramatic rescue last saturday. here she is showing up at a fund-raiser as police release even more shocking details from inside suspect james dimaggio's home. cnn's casey wian is in san diego with the latest on that. good morning, krasy. >> reporter: good morning, chris. as she hurried past more than a dozen cameras hannah anderson looked like any girl who has been in a terrifying ordeal to look, she looked a little bit scared. hannah anderson's arrival at a fund-raiser for her family came as a surprise to her relatives and friends. >> this night was an unexpected reunion, honestly. all our friends were here. it was like we haven't skipped a beat. >> reporter: the media were invited to boll weevil restaurant in lakeside, california, but weren't allowed inside during the reunion. >> hannah sends her love. she's doing good day by day and we'll keep moving forward from here. >> reporter: wearing "hannah strong" and "pray for hannah" t-shirts,
in the hannah anderson kidnapping case. >>> it could be the world's worst chemical weapons attack in decades if it happened. some could find what we are about to show you disturbing. the syrian government accused of gassing civilians. this video appeared online. the authen tisity is not verified. it promises of an investigation. antigovernment activists claim the gas attack killed at least 100 people. >>> the family of hannah anderson's alleged abductor wants to know if he was actually anderson's father. the spokesperson wants dna samples from hannah and her 8-year-old brother, ethan to determine if dimaggio was her father. it he is believed to have killed ethan anderson and their mother. the anderson family says dimaggio did not meet the family until the 15th month after the pregnancy. >>> the nsa is revealing that information to illustrate how when it is seeking specific materialt data from average civilians can be collected inadvertently. the court has revealed the tactics after the nsa admitted to collecting some 150,000 e-mails with no ties to terrorism. the court ordered the nsa to lim
her captive. we have the story. >> hannah anderson's arrival at a family function was a surprise. >> this was an unexpected reunion. all our friends were here. itis like we haven't skipped a beat. >> they were invited to this restaurant, but not allowed inside during the reunion. >> hannah sends her love. she is doing good day by day. >> hearing hannah strong and pray for hannah t-shirts, neighbors, friends and the grandparents helped to raise money for the mother and brother's funeral. >> i wanted to say thank you all for coming. this is a small community that we are part of. the community came together, put on a great fund-raiser for hannah, her future and healing. >> what does it mean to go through this ordeal? >> it's horrifying he did what he did. it's sickening. >> reporter: alf ticket sales and restaurant sales donated to the anderson family. >> we have a lot of expenses in front of us. right now, we are looking for her future and getting her settled. >> a family hoping to help hannah adjust after she was kidnapped by her father's best friend. >> he really was like an uncl
dimaggio tortured and killed hannah anderson's mother and brother. that's according to warrants that have been unsealed in the case. he also shot and killed the anderson family dog. preliminary autopsy reveals he was shot five times by an fbi agent. >>> michael jackson's ex-wife will return to the witness stand today in the jackson family's wrongful death lawsuit against concert promoter aeg live. jackson had a fear of pain and claimed his doctors would try and outdo each other with prescriptions for various pain kill ers. the mother of the two eldest children prince and paris jackson. we'll have more on this story coming up in our show. >>> a deadly accident near boston. a 58-year-old woman was killed when her suv crashed through a fence and landed in the swimming pool of her apartment complex in massachusetts. ems responded right away and administered cpr, but the victim was in the water for three to five minutes. it's not known if she suffered a medical incident moments before the accident. >>> teresa giudice are accused of live lying about their income while applying for loa
. police say it's unknown if the two incidents are related. >>> hannah anderson made her first public appearance since being rescued. it happened last night outside of san diego. >> give her some room, guys. back up. >> back up. >> the 16-year-old was shielded from the press as she attended a fund-raiser to help pay for the funerals of her mother and brother. while hannah did not talk to reporters, her father says she's overwhelmed by the outpouring of love and support. >> hannah sends her love. she sends her love. and we'll just take it day by day. >> newly-released documents are raising questions about the relationship between hannah anderson and the investigators. items found, letters from hannah, handcuffs, double tape. the contest -- duct tape, the contents have not been revealed. >>> a shooting happened after 11:00 last night on the 800 block of 100th avenue. police say the two victims both in their 20s were sitting in a car when someone either walked up or drove up and opened fire. shell casings littered the street. police confirm they came from some type of rifle. police have
. family and friends looking for d-n-a samples from hannah anderson and james dimaggio. as *that rumor heats up. part of a bay area home obliterated, when an elderly woman creates a drive-thru. we'll show you how it happened. the >> >> pam: this o-c-d patient opens up like never before. and -- already -- four million people are listening. wait until you hear what he has to say about his disorder. and the love of his life. >> pam: i'm pam moore. a full hour of your prime- time news at eight. starts right now. (male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> pam: we begin tonight at 8 with a developing story. burglars posing as utility workers. and tricking residents. in order to get inside their homes. >> pam: kron 4's jeff bush is live in oakland. with reaction from one of the elderly victims affected. jeff? crackle >> reporter: has lived and is home for half of his life. he never expected like anything like this to happen. this is a quiet neighborhood and usually a whole lot never goes on here. 12 man posing as pg in e workers came to his upper front doo
's biggest paparazzi magnet. kidnapped teen hannah anderson breaking her silence about her terrifying ordeal. why hannah texted the man who killed her mother and brother and held her captive. simon's secret meeting with his baby mama's furious ex. how cowell calmed him down. heidi andrn versus mel b. how their weekend at howard's became a disaster. of any morehe end visits. >> you'll get over it, grumpy. >> our a.j. on daddy duty with father-to-be alec baldwin. al new star shots today. who's robert pattinson making out with? waited 27 years to marry her man. went, what?ly >> "extra, extra." >> welcome to "extra" at the grove. i'm mario lopez. >> and i'm maria menounos. coming up, kanye west speaks out andthe first time about kim baby north. nice to see that side of him, right? >> it is. having a baby changes a guy, i'll tell you that. first, jennifer lopez's scary security breach. an obsessed fan not only got on to her property, he made and almost took it a lot father. >> j.lo's hamptons horror, talked by this obsessed man, accused of breaking into her $10 million mansion and playing house.
of everything out there. >> thanks so much, jennifer. appreciate it. >>> kidnap victim hannah anderson appearing in public. her father and friends tell us how she's doing. >>> and area 51, it's been the subject of movies and many conspiracy theories for years. now new information has been revealed that gives us insight into this rather mysterious place. especially today, as people are looking for more low, and no calorie options. that's why on vending machines, we're making it easy for people to know how many calories are in their favorite beverages, before they choose. and we're offering more low calorie options, including over 70 in our innovative coca-cola free-style dispensers. working with our beverage industry and restaurant partners, we're helping provide choices that make sense for everyone. because when people come together, good things happen. >>> kidnapping survivor hannah anderson appeared in public for the first time this week as she was rescued in the wilderness in idaho last saturday. a week after a family friend abducted here. on thursday night her family and friends held a fund-
allegedly kidnapped hannah anderson died after being shot five times by agents. the southern california teenager at the center of the nationwide amber alert is opening up about the horrifying ordeal on social media. the person claiming to be hannah anderson answered questions. she did interact people about her terrifying experience, answering questions about how she was kidnapped and how she is dealing with the killings of her mother and brother. anderson declined interview requests. >>> a fire is seen in birmingham after a ups cargo plane crashed. witnesses reported several explosions from the crash site after a plane hit a field. the ntsb says it is investigating the accident. the pilot and the copilot were the only ones killed in that crash. >>> a developing story in cairo where a government crack down on protesters was swift and deadly. t battles are pitting police and military against demonstrators. the death toll is approaching 300 as the clashes spread across egypt calls are increasing for u.s. involvement. >> reporter: it's just what the u.s. government warned against, a crack d
in the abduction of hannah anderson. >>> plus, president obama playing cards the night of the bin laden raid. >>> alfonso soriano collects a month's worth of stats in just two games. >>> and the study on what kind of cars the biggest jerks on the road drive. "early today" starts right now. >> announcer: this is "early today" for thursday, august 15th. >>> good morning. i'm richard lui. new and staggering numbers of dead in egypt. the government now saying at least 525 civilians and 43 security forces have died. this from wednesday's government crackdown on supporters of the deposed president. newspapers at home and around the world all capture the deadly violence on today's front pages. egypt's vice president and international respected diplomat also resigning. leaders are wondering if today will be another day of chaos. ayman is live for us. it's 1:00 p.n. in cairo. how is the government now explaining the staggering numbers we mentioned of casualties? >> good morning, richard. it's mind boggling and not only tharkts it's expected to rise in the coming hours because as we've been reporting,
, hannah anderson is making her first public appearance and why she's out in the open. >>> and violence continue in egypt and president obama is next. >>> the chaos continuing in egypt, hundreds have been killea new explosion of violence there, it started with the government cracked down today protestors and you can see what's going on in this video, a lot of people have been killed and if the university are losing one of its biggest allies in the. . >> reporter: wednesday 's violence began of the protests. government building like this one were torched and most of them died, among those killed and recent fighting a young journalist and a british photographer, deen and after being briefed by the security adviser, president obama took a break of his vacation to comment. >> united states strongly condemns of the steps that's been taken by egypt's government and security forces. we depor violence against civilian. >> the president announced u.s. is cancelled of a joint military exercise with egypt. he's not address whether billions of dollars will continue of scheduled. egypt has been in a
. >> hannah anderson's father spoke out today about his daughter and their future. they attended a car wash fund-raiser. it was organized to help cover funeral expenses for her mother and brother. a neighbor organized the event. hannah's father thanked the public for their support. >> it's wonderful that they are out here helping her and everything. right now, she just wanted to come out and thank these people personally. >> is it difficult? >> it's very difficult. every moment is difficult for her. thank you very much. >> funeral services for the mother and brother are said to take place on august 24th. their bodies were discovered at the burned out property of james lee dimaggio. he fled with hannah, sparking an amber alert that spread across six states. he was shot to death six days later. >>> security forces cleared a cairo mosque for those in support of mohammad morsi. hundreds of morsi supporters took refuge in a mosque. security forces entered today and tried to persuade the protesters to lead. they later stormed the barricade and took them inside and led some away as well. >>> comin
broken into. >> police have not released descriptions of the two men. >>> kidnap victim, hannah anderson's father, spoke out about his daughter and their future. today, the 16-year-old girl and her father attended a car wash fund-raiser in san diego county. the fund-raiser was organized to help cover funeral expenses for her mother and brother. their bodies were discovered august 4th near san diego at the burned-out property of kidnapped and murdered suspect of james lee dimaggio. hannah's father thanked the public for their support. >> right now, she just wanted to come out and thank these people personally. >> is it difficult? >> it is very difficult. every moment is difficult for her but thank you very much. >> funeral services for the mother and brother are set for august 24th. the suspect, james dimaggio, fled with hannah anderson after allegedly killing her mother and brother and that sparked an amber alert that spanned across six states until authorities found her alive in idaho and shot and killed dimaggio. >>> a dui crackdown is underway in santa clara county and has resulted in
for the southern california man, who police say kidnapped 16-year old hannah anderson. and killed her mother and brother. james dimaggio left 112- thousand dollars. to hannah anderson's paternal grandmother. a dimaggio family spokesman says, he does not know why dimaggio did this. but he believes it is meant to benefit hannah. dimaggio has a sister, but did not name her as his beneficiary when he selected one back in 20-11. f-b-i agents killed dimaggio in a shootout 10- days ago. in the idaho wilderness. hannah was rescued. and is now back at home. happening now-- a sad end tonight for a stranded whale. the 42-foot fin whale. washed up this morning on stinson beach. and died before help could arrive. kron 4's scott rates is live at stinson beach. where a massive effort is underway to bury the whale. scott? >> crows are wrapping up just a few minutes ago and you can see the area of the beach where they buried that larger mammals. >> all day long this has been such a pictures and eyeballing this 42 ft. long beast appeared >> the 10 baton whale died two hours later and they have been performing
money to hannah anderson's family. >>> legendary dick vandyke survives an accident. prince will criminal dwush william gushes about baby george. david beckham gets back to business and the marine gets the ncaa to bend. >>> good morning. i'm mara schiavocampo. we start in the west where it's man versus nature. firefighters report some progress in that massive growing wildfire in central idaho. the flames are threatening at least three communities, forcing thousands to flee. jay gray reports from near the fire line in haley, idaho. >> reporter: the fight against the beaver creek wildfire continues for a 13th day this morning in the idaho mountains. the massive blaze fanning out in several directions right now, pushed by strong winds and with no shortage of dried out brush for fuel. it's just an extended drought. it's been hot, it's been dry. the vegetation here is extremely dry. it's a perfect firestorm. >> reporter: 2,300 families have been evacuated and more than 7,000 now told to pack and be ready to leave in a moment's notice. >> it's a little unnerving, a little unsettling. >> reporte
by the man who killed her mom and brother. crazy story. >> tonight hannah anderson is talking about what she went through and why she texted more than a dozen times the day she was taken. >> if you want to get your order wrong in the driveway do you just deal with it? not these people. it turned into a brawl. >> and a tough talking tv doctor but did his latest tweet cross the line line? what dr. phil said that got him into trouble. . >>> continuing coverage tonight as kidnapping victim hannah anderson talks about what she went through. >> she has a lot to say. she answer aid few questions online but agreed to a sit down interview after police said that she and the man exchanged more than a dozen calls and texts the day of her kidnapping. emily has more. >> reporter: hannah spoke publicly to nbc for the first time about her kidnapping and rescue. >> in the beginning i was a victim but now knowing everybody out there is helping me i consider myself a survivor. >> reporter: it was august 4th when she was allegedly kidnapped by family friend james dimaggio. police would later find the bodi
hannah anderson makes her first public appearance. hear about her demeanor and what her father is saying about her future. >>> plus, it's a place detailed in sci-fi flicks, so where alien spaceships land and never leave? now the government reveals the truth about the super secret area 51. >>> we start in london where police are looking into new information about the death of princess diana. they have not given any details about it, but they just announced today they are, quote, scoping information that has recently been received, end quote. atika schubert will be joining us shortly with more information on what british police are willing to reveal. >>> in the meantime, here in the u.s., the beaver creek wildfire in idaho is still raging, and the blaze has continued to spread, sending massive walls of fire perilously close to homes and resorts in the sun valley area. some 64,000 acres have already been destroyed. at least 1600 homes have been evacuated, and idaho governor butch otter is urging other residents to leave, saying firefighters need to fight the fire, not go on rescue missions.
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nationwide protests. >>> new this morning, letters from hannah anderson found in the alleged kidnapper's home. what do they mean? >>> the biopick about steve jobs is out. why are they sparring over it? >>> is the blackberry dying? why the phone could be on its last legs. >>> good morning, everyone. welcome to "weekends with alex witt". let's get to what's happening out there. a developing news from a situation right now in egypt. it is critical. the muslim brotherhood protesters calling for a week of peaceful protests. an estimated 100 people were killed and over 1,000 arrested yesterday. but those numbers expected to rise. nbc news richard engel was on the front line in cairo's ramsey square. >> protesters are taking cover under this elevated highway. seem to be taking live fire from a police station just up the road. >> wounded were hoisted onto motorcycles and taken to clinics. some already looked dead. >> for more i'm joined by p.j. crowley, a fellow at the george washington university institute for tkhreupt seu and global communications. just your reaction to what we're seeing. the viole
the kidnapping of hannah anderson. >>> and later, news of a secret revealed after decades of speculation about what really went on inside area 51. >>> we're back tonight with the first public appearance of hannah anderson since the california teenager was rescued in the mountains of idaho last weekend. and an exclusive first look at where she was found. hannah attended a fund-raiser for her family last night in san diego. friends saying she is grateful for the support. we know that the big break in the case came from a group of horseback riders who came across anderson and her abductor by chance in the wilderness. nbc's kevin tibbles made his way into that area and has our report. >> reporter: the craggy mountain trails and high pines of northern idaho are majestic and treacherous, which is why when these four seasoned riders came upon a man and a young girl 20 miles from the nearest paved road, something didn't seem right. after all, one is a former sheriff and the other a back country guide. >> we definitely knew something was drastically wrong. >> reporter: one thing in particular stood out
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and disturbing development tonight in the hannah anderson investigation. her kidnapper left all of his money to one person. we have that for you. let's go "outfront". good evening, everyone. i'm erin burnett. "outfront" tonight, a developing story. idaho burning. a dangerous wildfire out of control and threatening to destroy thousands of hopes including multimillion-dollar homes of celebrities like arnold schwarzenegger and tom hanks. here you just see a lot of fire. it's the beaver creek fire about six miles south of ketchum. it's just a few miles away from the resort town of sun valley. ted rowlands is in haley tonight. and when i look at those maps, it's right there think look tal highway. what are you seeing? >> reporter: well, it has been growing so quickly. and it is huge. you mentioned at 100,000 acres or 1,000 firefighters plus. we're expecting new numbers in the next few hours and the hope is that they had a good day today and have more containment. but there are 5,000 homes that are potentially in danger here. and you mentioned a lot of them are very high dollar homes. in fact priv
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